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1  See One, Do One, Teach One Using Student-Produced Cases to Learn About Decision-Making

2 What is a Case?  A description of an actual situation involving a challenge, opportunity, decision or problem faced by a decision maker  Meant to achieve educational objectives  Field based  Normally written  Comprised of information and data available to the decision maker at the time the case was written  Released to:  assure academic honesty  validate company information  grant permission to use  maintain practitioner/academic relationship 2

3 Why Use Cases?  Utilize theory, concepts, tools and techniques  Develop data interpretation and analysis skills  Apply decision making skills  Practice interpersonal and communication skills  Create a positive learning environment  Simulate reality  Learn by doing and by teaching others 3

4 The Three Stage Learning Process Learning Individual Preparation Time 4

5 See One: Harrison-Lockington  Individual Preparation  Short Cycle Process & Long Cycle Process 5

6 6 Case Preparation Chart Case Title:Case Assignment: I. Short Cycle ProcessII. Long Cycle Process (continued) Name PositionC. Alternative Generation Who: 1. Issue(s) 2. What: 3. Why:D. Decision Criteria When: 1. Case Difficulty Cube 2. How: 3. II. Long Cycle ProcessE. Alternative Assessment A. Issue(s) Immediate Basic 1. 1.F. Preferred Alternative Predicted Outcome 3. 3.G. Action & Implementation Plan Missing Information B. Case Data AnalysisAssumptions (_________, __________, _________) Analytical, Conceptual, Presentation Urgency Importance Low High LowHigh I II IIIIV (Apply course framework(s) and analytical tool(s) Quantitative+N- Qualitative+N-+N-+N- Decisiongo ??no ? Who? What? When? Where? How? Timing (Milestones)

7 See One: Harrison-Lockington  Individual Preparation  Short Cycle Process & Long Cycle Process  Small Group Preparation 7

8 The Three Stage Learning Process Learning Small Group Discussion Individual Preparation Time 8

9 See One: Harrison-Lockington  Individual Preparation  Short Cycle Process & Long Cycle Process  Small Group Preparation  Large Class Discussion 9

10 The Three Stage Learning Process Learning Large Group Discussion Small Group Discussion Individual Preparation Time 10

11 Do One … Actually, Do Several  Six additional cases throughout the semester  Each requires individual preparation (case reactions due through ReggieNet by noon the day of class)  Group preparation is suggested but not required  Large group discussion  Close the loop with individual feedback on case reactions

12 Write One  Groups are assigned to one local non-profit organization  Groups interview an organizational contact to explore current and recent decisions and write their own case and teaching note  Over a 4-6 week period, student groups provide a variety of deliverables and receive formative assessment

13 Teach One  During the final weeks of classes, each group facilitates a 30-minute discussion of their case  Groups receive additional formative feedback and then submit the final versions of their cases and teaching notes  Each student also writes a reflection paper


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